Indonesian pilot attacks Turkish Airlines cabin crew while traveling out of service. Indonesia’s Lion Air Group has confirmed that the drunk passenger who attacked the Turkish Airlines cabin crew on a flight from Istanbul to Jakarta is a pilot for Batik Air.
A drunk Indonesian passenger identified as Muhammad John Jaiz Boudewijn attacked a flight attendant on a Turkish Airline flight traveling from Istanbul to Jakarta. The pilot of the flight was forced to make an emergency landing at the Kualanamu International Airport, Medan, as the ruckus continued. The incident is under investigation.
In a bizarre incident, a flight was forced to make an emergency landing after an intoxicated passenger bit the finger of a flight attendant.
The events took place on a Turkish Airlines flight, traveling from Istanbul to Jakarta. Reportedly, the flight attendant had gone to calm the drunk 48-year-old Indonesian passenger identified as Muhammed John JAIZ BOUDEWIJN.
An Indonesian passenger on a Turkish Airlines flight TK56 to CGK yesterday was recorded assaulting a flight attendant, forcing the flight to land at KNO temporarily before resuming. Turns out he’s a Batik Air pilot returning from a holiday in Turkey.